The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1963 Page: 4 of 12
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AUTOMOBILE ... FIRK ... TORN A!K> ... TIIFFT... WHIM' IJABILITY ... BONDS... WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
CARRITHERS INSURANCE AGENCY ...................
PIIONK I.Y 7-2275
Worry Causes Loss
SAN ANTONIO. Tex ifl*>
It rtquirril considerable effort
to Ho it. hut researcherfinally
caused tooth cuvitlc III ,log-
And in doing mo thoy may
have discovered that tension*
cause gum decay. which is the
niHior reason for In-- of tooth
riot; facorl baboons, whoso
teeth are very similar to hu
man* oven to the aante nunihoi,
never have natural oavilii So
Ilrs (). M Hood and Outlaid
Masters began trying to find
tiut why. Thoy art conducting
their studios at the Southwest
Foundation for Research and
Ohjeet is to nee if the>
ran providt tin sumo im-
monily to ravities to hu-
mans, as well us learn how
to strengthen human tooth
e * •
The dentists isolated n
healthy female hahoon whose
teeth and rums were in exeel
lent condition and tried to
create a cavity.
They cracked her tooth en-
amel in one spot.
And while patiently waiting
for a cavity to form—one fin
ally did—they heron to see n
strange, unexpected rhunre in
the animal's rum condition
She developed a severe case
| of pcridontul di -ease. Ttiis ail-
ment include not only mtection
I of the films hut the destruc-
tion of the supporting bone
This came ahmit although
! tin animal had the same diet
and living conditions as he
• * •
Y> ith one exception: She
was i (dated from her fellow
“Vte are forced to specu-
late the chance nun have
been due lo the stress of
isolation,*' tin dentists said.
They isolated a second ha
boon and observed the same
Could stro then, he a ma
jor factor in human periodontal
The dentists rive a cautious,
• * •
An interest mr medical
theory hold that all hody tis-
sue reacts to .llews. In. Mas-
ters and Reed -aid. But they
pointed mu that many more
hahoon: will have to lie tested
hefori even a tentative ronclu-
sion can hi mu lied."
I'llllM; yoik m:\vs TO
Till ST tvii \ui> - HKItAI.ll
Job Expert Repays Prisoners
For Kindness to His Children
DALLAS, i/P) - A rrnup at | Working with the approval Hrust him completely when tVy
prisoners who helped thi of his immediate superior, Of enter his office
ehildren of Otto C. Frier did so fire Manager Cecil 1. Crimes, J "It's the difference between
without a thourht of gain Frier got help tarn, parole wtayinr outside snd r'>'nK
They were heurtnroken when officers of the IbTlm* districl hack." said one rrsteful parolee
one child died. office, espeeially H E. Slape **1 never dreamed that I could
Now they have discovered that and Harvey Fountain, and tin get M job at $2.M> an houi on
the father in tadnr «'f great aid plan to help paroles* get work
to the prisoners when they took shape
come out of prison. Now all parolees who need
Already he has helped more wmrk are referred to Frier. At
than JIM) prisoners find jobs least 20 in tin la*! foot month
they need in order to tret out have gotten jolts (hat were re-
or stay out of prison, all this , ret|Uired before they could V
since Inst September.
It started in February, 1061
when several hundred prisoners
One IIiiIIh-w contractor hired
five for a lug local project, and
volunteered to give hlood to : several have standing order.
Vicki and Buhha Erkr. two for priwon-trained bricklayers,
youngsters who had Medlter | Grim, emphic-ixt that the
ranean anemia. characterized I pnmlci ar. not given prefei
hy their inability to reproduce ential treatment, hut they an
chum: lorn amah to
AT HILL SIGNING—Rep. Terry Town-
send of Brady, and Sen. Louis Crump of San
Saha are shown above with Gov. John
Connolly at the signing into law' of Senate
Bill No. .Tin, the Prison Made Goods Act of
1!(6.‘L The hill authorizes vocational train-
ing and rehabilitation of Texas prisoners
and requires state agencies to buy prison-
made products when specifications of stand-
ard and quality arc met. It also authorizes
political subdivisions to make similar pur-
chases. To protect private enterprise, the
sule of prison-prialuced products on the
open market is prohibited. Ft is esti-
mated the men urc ultimately will save
tiie state million of dollars. Gov. Connally
said: “Tin.- is one of the most significant
pieces of legislation to l*c passed during
the 58th Session of the Texas legislature.
Sen. Crump and Rep. Townsend are to lie
commended for their sponsorship of S. B.
IT'S DRIVE-IN MOVIE TIME!
(,«>t More I tin Out of Life . . .
... Take the Family Out To a Drive-In Movie 'Ionite!
(Continude From Page One)
DRIVE IN BRADYS LEADING THEATRE
THEATRE ADM 60 -CHILDREN FREE
Hollywood’s Newest and Finest, Always
At Regular Admission Prices!
THtIRS. AND ITII. ONLY—1ST IIIIADT SHOWING!
DO YOU LIKE COMEDY
.. THIS HAS ALL YOU ( AN STAND.
YOU’LL BE HANGING FROM THE LAFFTERS AT
THE FUNNIEST ^PICTURE JHIS YEAR!!!
iCmWlillAMS marthsHYERTaoSAVAlASEvfpniSLOANt lstfvfnt.-
SYRVtl kAWNINCl ’ INS noog OSS tWv'Chit Naccrei mmmrnm *
—IMu* The M ildest Party Fver Filmed—
Nick Adams - Cliff Roberta »n - Michael Callan - James
Mat Arthur - Suz> Parker UTIjr |NTPDNC,f
Hava Harareet-Anne Helm I Ilk 111 I LKIIv
1ST BRADY SHOWING1,
A Drama of noMiern Te\a>—and a cowboy who drives
a Caddt convert—Filmed near Amarillo.
NOTE: It is recommended that parents exercise
discretion in permitting the immature to see this film!
—SATURDAY THRU WEDNESDAY—
eradicutum nf the acrewworm.
Land ( onacrvwtHin
In 1U60. hasu soil and water
eonHervaUon plans had been
developed on approximately 30
percent of the land in McCul-
loch County. By 1961, the ratio
had risen to about 75 percent,
and it is expected that by I960.
; approximately 85 percent will
i he included in soil and wuter
Completion of the several
projects now underway is var-
ied. Most of the conservation
having to do with terracing,
diversion construction, and
water development has been
done or scheduled to la- done
Much still is to lie done on
vegetative practices such as
improved range use, deferred
grazing, range seeding and
brush control practices. In
Home eases weed control is j jntcrt,^ts
It utersheds in the county
have been divider! into nine
units. On these, flood water and
sediment damage reduction is
needed on approximately 11.000
acres on 127 farms. It is esti
| muted that 34 additional water
rcturding structures arc need
imI on these watersheds.
Flood control plans have
been developed for watersheds
; on Brady Creek, deep Creek,
mid Rnbland Creek under the
sponsorship of the Sun Saba-
Brady and the Concho Connor
vation Districts. Drainage areas
of all of these watersheds ex-
(tend into other counties. All of
tin planned flood water re
, tarding structures on these
! watersheds have been complet-
ed, for a total of 2ii in Mc-
Culiis'h County One multi-
purpose structure, Brady lathe
Dam, is tiie largest of all tie
structures. It is a part of the
Brady Creek project and will
impound liO.iltid acre fact of
Conservation land treatment
needs additional emphasis since
a combination of structural
measures and land treatment
is necessary for an effective
flood control program.
Texas Solons Clash
Over Brush Problem
By TLX i:\SI.I l hack in there and clear out the
Associated Press Special Service cedar they grew until Dually
WASHINGTON .A; The they've taken 1,000 of our 3.8(8. F'rl,,r" n"‘n>'
battle of the salt redo- eon lores. inmates, hut it was on I
tinues between two Texa liou.u j 'lexu:- Republican Sen. John l,l‘rnt" r that Lrht kb'oii I
freahmen-Reps. Jo, I’..... Tower, who led GO!* op,am,- ,of * ^Krmm that could help
... repay what he considered a
imn to tin Semite passed mass „
red blood eells.
• • •
Virki died five month',
later and the inmates were
saddened. They held s
memorial service for Vicki
in the prison chapel, and
shortly afterward formed a
permanent Virki and litih-
• • •
The foundation assured Bub
ha—now l!t, healthy and the
reripient of noire than 8181
transfusions since hr- wa*
horn—of all the Mood he will
ever need to stay well, plu-
additional blood for research al
Wad ley Research Institute and
Blood Bank in Dallan.
Standing deeply touched
the prison chapel were tie
children's parents Frier is a
Texas F.mployment Commie
in subnet,urnt months the
inmates, but it was only last
assisted as much as pos-
sible as is the east- with ••very-
Since Krlor lias visited the
prison s, coral tun, with his
family, they are at ease and Y
J. W. RAGSDALE!
Dial I.T 7-1414
TEXAS IY 7-2302
SATl III!AY ONLY
MAC 1(9 ivhoa
if ti mmrs ..
liemoerat, and Ld Foreman, Ri
The issue is whether tin fed-
eral government or local r, , aspects ... is the section which
dents should finance era,lira defin, terms."
transportation hill, said on, of
tiie measure's "most amhigious
tion of tin- water-, onsiiinm
send) brush from along the
Pool wus asked by thos< who
WHnt the government to ,l<> tin
tjuoting the hill's definition
of the term “urban area," he
told the Senate:
"I'taler that language, the
administrator could declare al
work to introduce legislation , HnythmK to ,M. un urhMn
on the subject. In complying, ,ltl.u | Hn, r,.„||y intrigued by
Pool contended tlx project . | th|. u,rm .built-up place?
ton hig and too costly for local ,.,f th||| 1B „ j,.rry-built
Pool, a Dallas lawyer,
said he introduced the hill
herause Foreman, who re-
presents the Perns Valley,
turned down the pleas of
his constituents to hack it.
Foreman, at !?• the youngest
member of Coiigr, aid tl
people who would benefit from
the salt eedai clearing ,ol> ll"
irrigation farmers and ranch
era—should do tiie work.
IDs mail, Foreman saol. c
about 'id to 1 in support of
Pool, asserting he could "stir
up !•<» to I" mail in .upport of
his hill if in tried, in, made
ptlhln a report ,1, -erihing iiow
tiie spread of ,alt eedai alopg
the IVeo: in Te\a and ea tern
New Mexico ha. had disas-
\ is,i mg it, limit,
Olen Kelmi. a former reni-
lient ol Itrady Is visiting here
with his parent*. ,Vlt and Mrs
Kills Kelso, amt friends Kelso
Is I'luploved by Itoberl (' llmrry
Real Ks,a1»' in W'lehit* Kalin
and plans to return after the
m rouGLAS fto mi branoon dewn.DE
PAMAVC0O mk- •'«■' . wa ue m ,■ fm <«■">.-imp
» <».t Hi- «W I UIMUA «tUl
Plus fo-Hil—‘I Da, t'ki Da, I i,,luatioa i .mo lo An l.nd
-.AYtJ. '.A p
Join Ike s, enu Dr,,e In lltimf**" strip f 'iitb *«nr fhr
Vesrsl ami I mesl III 1st rim in lirniir -at
Half I'rue—'mi ibe m.in.igct or (iishirr bHiilr!
Pos,|iimi W •'lilting
Mr and Mrs Shelton Shaw
have alinoUMi’t'd lire piM,|Hine-
ineni ot ihe marriam of their
'laiiKhter .lud. to *1 Itlahop
The wedding lias hewn posi-
iioaed unfit hatzniay. July 27.
dm to military idiliRnOons
Mr and Mrs M J Kuyhen-
dal and ehibiren of *) allatioiua
Tenn Visited With Mr and Mrs
K* Tittle aiid Mutilly Monday
l'hi>y left or Cherokee late
i Hint day out plan to rotum tv
Hrad, ne», a*sk.
Alt ami Mrs Aubrey Shafer
of OsiMim-nw City ami Mrs
Jewell W llisiii of San An
torn,, were Week Mill guests of
the (• M l ales and A K. Jar-
<lai> famiims The wmu«*> are
slaters and Mr Jordan a broth-
er Tin irtnup was aimed Sun |
•la) by ths Shafers .taught• •
Mr isr, Kemlrtefc ahd Hus
I '.ami and aor Mb'key of Kgal
tand The, are former ran,
dents of Ready and K'shrlk i
It was when u 62-year-old
man who had iwen behind bar-
ainre 111118 entered the i mploy
ment office where Frier work
“He was so nervous in
shiMtk at the idea of ha,mg
a )oli for the first tun, in
25 year*, in freedom." re-
calls Krler The, got him a
Job as a hotel porter with-
in hours, and hr has Iteen
al the work ever since.
SI ND\A — MOMMA — Tl ESI)AY
THEY TRIAJID BEAUTIFUL WOMEN AS IF THEY
WERl FAST CAR!
^ _ K
. MAM OAMOk WILLIAM CAMPBEL1 LUANA ANDERS
Greatest Novel Ever Written.. Now on ffte Screenf
word, I have never heard one I
What ic ii ‘built-up place'? If - 1 ————
one Iih visited tin King Ranch,
in my state, he has aeen the However. I do not itelieve the
ranch headquarters, which owners of the King Ranch (k
comprise a cluster of buildings, sire to qualify under the term-
houses, barns and other struc- of the hill for mass transport*
tores That is u built-up place tion aid."
AUDREY HEPBURN • HENRY FONDA
MEL FERRER • ANITA EKBERG
The report idea ed I" pool
wii: prepared hy fund l.iVurn
U former M n hllr. lnl new
ri*|iorl«*r wbn mtervii'Weil wafet
engineer and bn .un and
civic leaders u well ,i far
mera during u lli-ilnv tiq
The data ah, eolb'i't d wi In
presented to till I Inti >• Ini' ' In'
“Half cedars are lena-
rious. prolific, snd. aho,i
nil. Ihirsl, trees whose
r«mfs rlaw through as nnn b
as M feel of earth to reach
moisture." Mi-s Lei arn
“An acre of them drink
enough water cm h yeul l"
rover five sere* of lund ti ti
depth of on. fisit Then -een
la Ugh* and airborne, and u
New Me\|. Kt.lli F.llgllmr •
Stevr Reynold 'nmmeiited "I hit I
here wi huvi tin wind to eai
“J. E f «»u«'h. who giew up
on a Reeve < mini,, fam pm
the prirbleni It individual |
terms ’.III Ilainly ball lal.i j
hoMings and not much cash.
HeeuiuM' wi never had the
equitino nt to gev I
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* Choice Beef *
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COFFEE ..........................................Ll>. .59
kimlieira " * J W'm
BISCUITS..................................3 Cans £>
BACON, Armour's Star......
FRESH ( ALE LIVER............
FLESH K)KK SAUSAGE..
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SAVINGS STAMPS AT GUAY’S
WE HAVE IT
Pork n Beans 3^29*
Libby a < .olden 10.5 ( an
CORN 2 ™ 29*
M'lUiitam Pa ***8 * a*
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K’K ( REAM. Round Utn.......« ... Gal.
FRO-ZAN, MKtJU>KlNK...L. Uml.
HALF ft HAlaF............................Pint
GRAY'S FINE FOODS
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Smith, L. B. The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1963, newspaper, June 21, 1963; Brady, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921041/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting FM Buck Richards Library.